Faculty of
Engineering, Architecture and Information Technology

2 July 2018 9:00am to 3 July 2018 5:00pm


Sydney, NSW 2000


Registrations for this event are now closed

Human Factors of Risk Control course will take place from Monday 2 July - Tuesday 3 July, 2018 in Sydney. View the course brochure for course details, schedule and registration information.


Course information

The aim of this workshop is provide industry practitioners with:

  • leading-edge research insights into the human factors of risk management in industry contexts,
  • the opportunity to workshop approaches to improve control of workplace risks.

What do you get

  • USB with course notes
  • Access to a leading expert in risk management
  • Certificate of attendance, which includes details of the number of learning hours completed and can be used to record CPD credits. 

Who should attend

This course is designed for managers, leaders and specialists involved in the identification, assessment, management and review/auditing of risk management endeavours in industry.


Dr Maureen Hassall BEng (1st class), BSc(Psych), MBA, PhD 

Maureen Hassall is an Associate Professor and director of UQ R!SK, an leading-edge intiaitive that crosses the field of industrial risk and human factors, at The University of Queensland. Maureen works collaboratively with industry to develop better human-centred risk management approaches that improve companies’ operational performance and competitiveness.

Maureen's industry-focused research is motivated by 18 years of industry experience working in a number of different countries and in a variety of roles including specialist engineering, line management, organisational change and business performance improvement roles.

Maureen also delivers risk management and human factors training, education and advice to undergraduate and postgraduate students and well as directly to industry.


Course Brochure and Registration Information


Have a question? Please contact us: cpd@eait.uq.edu.au.